Tuesday, November 21st from 6pm-8pm
Join us at Farmer Foodshare: 902 N. Magnum St., Durham, 27701
Help bag food that would otherwise be wasted with Farmer Foodshare! The bags will be distributed to those who receive food from the Interfaith Council (IFC) food pantry in Chapel Hill for the holidays.
Beforehand, we’ll learn about the link between US food policy, food security, and farmer livelihood. So come out, do good, and learn about our food system!
To RSVP, please email Lana Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org
You are invited to an evening of Israeli wine and Ethiopian fare. Proceeds from the evening will support our sister community in Ganei Alon, Israel. Immigrants from Ethiopia residing in this neighborhood of Hadera have benefited from our ongoing support. We are proud to continue this beautiful mitzvah, with your support.
$36 per individual, $54 per couple
RSVP by November 8th by clicking HERE
For questions, please contact Sharon Halperin at email@example.com.
Stand with Us presents a discussion and reception with Yahya Mahamid.
“Yahya was motivated at a young age to learn more about the Jewish people and Israel, in order to expand the intellectual boundaries that surrounded him. During the summer of 2014, three young Israeli teens were kidnapped and murdered on their way home from school. During the initial search for the three teens, Yahya joined the campaign calling for the return of the three innocent teenagers. He took a picture of himself with the hashtag, #bringbackourboys which marked the start of his journey as a social media activist. Yahya is dedicated to educating others in the Arab world about the true face of Israeli society and promoting peace, tolerance, and coexistence. Yahya joined the StandWithUs team in Jerusalem in 2016 and has become an integral part of the organization’s mission. He shares his life story with others believing that education is the road to peace.”
$10 Pre-registered, $12 at the door, $5 students/seniors
For more information and to RSVP, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org (919-532-3018).
“Chaverim” means “friends” in Hebrew. Friends are exactly who you can expect to meet when you attend our program.
Chaverim provides an opportunity for older adults to learn, share a meal, schmooze, and preserve their connection to the Jewish community.
Chaverim programs take place on a Wednesday of every month from 11am to 1pm at the Levin JCC (unless otherwise advertised). A $7 cost includes lunch. Transportation is available upon request.
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